Kuuma Products 58102 Kuuma Gas Kettle Grill 175" Surface Stainless Steel on 2040-parts.com
Flushing, New York, United States
New Kuuma Marine Gas Kettle Grill.
The Kuuma Marine Kettle Gas Grill is designed for marine use and works with high pressure propane. High pressure gas connection has 1”-20 Throwaway Cylinder Threads. The Kettle grill is equipped a Balanced Port Velocity (BPV) burning system that provides exceptional wind resistance and helps cook food evenly. Lift-and-Clean liner helps reduce flare-ups by making it easier to clean the grill and reduce grease build up. High-grade stainless steel resists rust and corrosion when regularly and properly cleaned. Handle stays cool throughout use and lid latches for added convenience. Compatible with standard Kuuma mounting hardware or Kettle Grill leg base. Mounts not included.
- Stainless Steel Construction
- 15" diameter grill (177 square inches)
- Uses standard disposable propane cylinders
- Manufactures part number 58102
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